Found this in a Salon round table discussion
(Louanne Brizendine says) "Women have an eight-lane superhighway for processing emotion, while men have a small country road," she writes. Men, however, "have O'Hare Airport as a hub for processing thoughts about sex, where women have the airfield nearby that lands small and private planes."
Gee. Thanks for basically justifing every stereotypical comment made about gender for...like, EVER.
I know she's a doctor, and the quote I saw may've been taken out of context, AND that there are differences between the ways men and women process sex and emotions. But.
How, exactly, do comments like this help us appreciate those differences, or even overcome them to the extent that we can actually get along?
Meh. Maybe I just need to get laid. I'm grouchy.
//if you want some fun, read the link. It shows a whole bunch of people not taking her statement very seriously, and is greatly cheering.